One Good Performance by Bill Albert | Script Revolution

One Good Performance

The show must, as they say, go on.

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After several very serious productions I really wanted to have fun so I threw logic and reality out the window and just got silly.

We actually did a production of this one if you wants to see how it feels. Luckily we all got the tone of the piece and were really enjoying just throwing it into the wind and hoping it landed someplace fun. Even me-who-must-not-be-named doing the Hitchcock thing with no dialogue to remember.

If you know who Robin Bland is I'm your fan.

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Just don't think about it.
Submitted: April 28, 2020
Last Updated: April 21, 2021

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The Writer: Bill Albert

The first book I wrote was in the second grade and it was about an 8 foot tall Martian who gets a wish from a genie. Seriously. I have to admit it hasn't always been going uphill since then. About 25 years ago I started writing earnestly and the first book I wrote was a Doctor Who novel. I even got it to the point where I professionally submitted it to the Dr. Who novel range at the BBC but it was too late. They had decided to close the range when the new series was announced weeks after I had made a submission so I'll never know if it would have been accepted. Encouraged though, I then wrote a sci-fi time travel novel, no coincidence, called Time Web Tremors that I self published. I also... Go to bio

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